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pleasure. bill: we'll talk to former massachusetts senator scott brown. he shares with us the impact of the boston community and its strength and its resiliency. so senator brown is my guest here in a moment. patti ann: meanwhile texas governor rick perry will be talking about that deadly explosion south of dallas in just a few hours. one witness saying it was like a nuclear bomb went off. more than 160 people have been taken to area hospitals. we have this from sergeant patrick swanton from waco just moments ago. >> they are continuing their search-and-rescue efforts. they have not changed anything that they have been doing because of weather, because of rain, because it got cold. they're continuing to search for survivors or injured people to make sure we get them the medical help if they are still there. patti ann: and my next guest represents the district. he is republican congressman bill flores. congressman, thank you for joining us. i'm sorry it is a very difficult day i know. >> it's a tough day in our community, good morning, patti ann. patti ann: it started with a fire at t
honoring the youngest victim, 8-year-old martin richard, the brown-eyed bruins fan had just gotten ice cream and was watching the marathon with his family seen in this facebook page when the bombs went off. even richard's young playmates devastatingly aware of the loss, etching messages in chalk on the family's driveway. >> when we would see them they would all be together. >> reporter: his mother was by his side at the marathon. she's still in the hospital. his younger sister jane, a dancer, lost a leg. she was a first grader at the same school where her brother's artwork remains and staff members are trying to cope before classes resume next week. >> we are going to be extremely strong. the joy of those voices will bring us back. can you stop for a minute? >> reporter: the emotion just as raw as patty campbell remembered her daughter, 29-year-old krystle campbell, who also killed in the attack. >> she was a wonderful person. >> reporter: campbell reportedly left her job at a restaurant recently to take care of her ailing grandmother compounding the grief, the initial glimmer of hope
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is potentially harmful because it reinforces the very stereotypes you're speaking about. >> when the brown student missing, sunil tripathi was identified by twitter, basically. so this is a student who is missing, whose parents are in agony still don't know where he is and he's identified as a potential terrorist. >> the biggest danger with overreaction is from the media. your quote from the boston police shows that the authorities are more educated than they were after 9/11. with the fbi to give you an example, i've given many talks to the fbi and given talks the next day to c.a.r.e., that's the main public islamic group in the united states. that's striking is how the head of the fbi and the local region talks to the head of care in the local region and i often joke. i say well, you must know what i'm about to say because they eavesdropped on you. they joke about this among them selves. when you talk to the heads of the fbi, they understand that working with the muslim community is the best way to ensure the security of americans and it's really quite interesting how the media is much, m
brown. >> his older brother also wanted by the fbi in connection with bombings died friday morning after a shootout with police. >> authorities said the brothers may have been planning another attack. >> we have told people boss and they can rest easily. the two people who are committing these vicious attacks are either dead or arrested. >> the grinning in healing have just begun. >>--grieving and he linked have just begun. >> at 250 this afternoon the governor and mayor had asked for a moment of silent after that bill will be ringing to remember those lost their lives but also the victims are still in hospitals. the latest we have on that. 54 people remained in area hospitals. from three are in critical condition. >> in boston i l tory dunnan . >> there was a service to more on the lives lost, and console the survivors of the boston marathon bombings. at a sunday service in the rattled city, hundreds gathered in the cathedral the holy cross. cardinal john o'malley led the service, at the same cathedral where president obama spoke to hunt the mortars on thursday. on the altar set of phot
we believe in writing. pamela brown is outside the hospital for us, she's joining us now. what is the latest on tsarnaev's condition? >> reporter: the latest is that he remains here at beth israel deaconess medical center in serious condition. he is still in the intensive care unit handcuffed to his bed 24/7 monitoring by law enforcement officers. we are told that he is intubated and sedated with a gunshot wound to the neck. so it appears that he is still pretty out of it. wolf. >> doctors are telling us that tsarnaev could put something -- could be getting something that's described as a sedation holiday. i know you've been checking with medical personnel over there. what does that mean? >> reporter: well, i've been talking with our medical correspondent elizabeth cohen and she tells me that essentially this means doctors can decrease the sedation for a few minutes to a few hour so is that doctors or authorities would be able to communicate with the patient. we've seen this before it in other cases and it appears now that we're hearing from colleagues gloria borger and fran to
male wearing a brown and white checkered shirt and standing in between the guy in the red shirt and the guy in the white hat. listen to this. >> investigation is moving forward. we're having some successes. we need more. there is good information out there that will help us get to him. that is what we'll do. >> reporter: let's look at the suspect. he is walking in the crowd away from the scene. you hear sirens in the background. so many people were frightened. people say the party atmosphere turned to panic when they heard gunfire at civic center park just before 5:00 p.m. saturday. listen to this. >> i was watching the show. then all of sudden i hear the first shot and pop, pop, pop. everyone just, the whole crowd went down and started walking over each other, trampling each other. doing everything. >> climbed over the wall. >> it was crazy. >> reporter: that pot celebration was expected to draw 80,000 people after recent laws in that state made pot legal for recreational use. jon? jon: just as we saw in boston, using video to try to get the public involved. >> exactly, exactly
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